The 2003 Suzuki Grand Vitara. It's the Vitara?in luxury mode. Suzuki has completely re-styled the cabin this year, affordable and confident are just some... Show more of the words that may pop to mind when cruising down the road in the Grand Vitara. Second-generation dual front airbags, height-adjustable shoulder belts, rear door child-safety locks and child seat LATCH system.
Structural safety manifests with reinforced side-impact beams, a steel-reinforced passenger compartment, energy-absorbing steering column, daytime running lights, remote keyless entry and integrated front and rear crumple zones to reinsure impact safety. Four-wheel ABS brakes come standard on the LTD trim, and optional on the JLS trim. Then there's the 16 inch wheels, privacy glass, roof rails, front fog lamps, and multi-reflector halogen headlamps.
Relax in the 4-wheel drive LTD trim and prepare to stay a while: air conditioning, micron air filtration system, leather seats, leather-wrapped steering wheel, power tilt-and-slide sunroof, power windows, locks and mirrors, AM/FM stereo with in-dash CD player, heated front seats, heated mirrors, tilt steering wheel, cruise control, cargo cover, and below-seat storage bins (big inhale). If you prefer the JLS trim, minus off the heated leather seats, sunroof, heated mirrors, and 16-inch aluminum wheels. Interior volume: 112.6 cubic-feet. The rear seat is split-folding so grab a configuration and load it up.
A generous 2.5-litre V6, 24 valve, quad-cam engine cranking out 165 horsepower @ 6500 rpm and 162 lb-ft of torque @ 4000 rpm ensures you can accelerate with conviction. Estimated fuel consumption is 19/21 (city/hwy) mpg on the 5-speed manual transmission, and 18/20 (city/hwy) mpg on the 4-speed automatic transmission. Show Less